Celebrate national chocolate chip cookie day (which is every day around here) by gifting homemade cookies in these printable cookie bags! Perfect for party favors, bake sale cookie bags, homemade treats, teacher appreciation gifts, or just as a simple thank you treat!
So word on the Instagram streets is that today is National Chocolate Chip Cookie day, so I figured it was time to whip out this printable that I’ve been hoarding in my files for a few months now. Chocolate chip cookies are so near and dear to my heart that my brother and I ever-so-annoyingly call them CC Cooks. In fact, we’ve found that it’s the perfect way to annoy the other siblings by speaking about them purely in abbreviation form. For some reason, saying the phrase CC Cooks 10 times in a conversation instead of just saying chocolate chip cookies is grounds for sibling war.
What You Need to Make Cookie Bags:
White cardstock or computer paper, printable cookie bag template (download below), scissors or exacto knife, strong double adhesive, and cookies! (ahem: my chocolate chip oatmeal cookies.)
How to Make Cookie Bags:
- Print the cookie bag template on 8.5 x 11″ white cardstock.
- Use an exacto knife to cut along the edges and use the tip to lightly score the sides where it will fold.
- Apply double-sided adhesive to the side and bottom tabs then adhere closed.
- Wrap the cookie in plastic wrap, place into the treat, and use baker’s twine or tape to seal shut!
Frequently Asked Questions:
What Designs Are Included?
All three you see here! I’ve included 3 designs so you can personalize the phrase to what you need. We’ve got a versatile “Yum”, a gratitude-filled “Thank You”, and of course a good ol’ fashioned “Homemade”. They would all work for other types of treats (bars, mini chocolate chip cookies, or even candies), so go crazy and do whatever your heart desires!
What Size Are the Cookie Bags?
The pouches are about 4.5″ inches when assembled, making a 3″ round cookie fit perfectly. (I suggest wrapping your cookies in plastic wrap BEFORE slipping into the pouch to keep the cookie fresh and protected.)
How to Seal Cookie Bags?
Punch 2 holes in the top and tie closed with a baker’s twine bow or apply double-sided adhesive to the inside edge to seal closed.
Have A Favorite Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe?
My current favorite are these oatmeal chocolate chip cookies but you could technically fill these with any type of cookie!
I’ve decided that chocolate chip cookies really are America’s nectar. They’re great for all events, all people, and all crowds – so the next time you need a party favor, teacher appreciation gift, or just a simple “thank you” treat print off a few of these printable cookie pouches!
Know someone who could use a good ol’ CC Cook in their life? Of course you do. Be a good friend/coworker/human and bake them up a warm, gooey cookie!
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